The wonderful arthopods of Nicky Bay
Professor Ceiling Cat has a lot of writing to do today, so, barring any unexpected contributions from Greg or Matthew, it will be a Show-and-Tell Day. I’ve featured the photos of Singapore ph…
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Frighteningly Beautiful Shots of Australian Peacock Spider
Even though the fear of spiders is the most common specific phobia worldwide, the photos of Jurgen Otto, a Sydney-based scientist, is a good way to rehabilitate the image of these creatures. His biggest interest lies in the tiny 5-milimeter Peacock Spider, which got its name because of vibrantly colored flaps.
The 13 Scariest Australian Animals
Australia is a land of deadly creatures that seem to take obscene joy in killing you — and not just Queenslanders hunting down anyone who’s brown. No, the entire ecosystem seems specifically designed to kill, what with the horrible desert, deadly animals, annoying insects, and constant worry of drop bear attack. These 13 animals are …
The Top 10 Most Venomous Spiders
10. Yellow Sac Spider These spiders are usually pale in color with an abdomen that varies from yellow to beige. The size of these spiders ranges from 5-10 mm...